Rise and shine sleepy head!
A new podcast is here and today I’m talking about understanding your sleep cycles. The importance of sleep can’t be understated but many don’t know how sleep actually improves your health, your fitness, your body and even your mind.
I’m about to whisk you away into a wonderful slumber, or at least an understanding of slumber and how understanding your sleep cycles is important for your overall well being. I’ll even throw in some tips to get the best sleep possible. For free! Shop around, you can’t BEAT that deal..
Alright let’s do this…
In This Episode On Understanding Your Sleep Cycles You Will Learn:
- What a force multiplier is
- The wrong approach people are taking to sleep
- How many different sleep cycles there are and understanding each one
- How long a cat nap should last
- How long a power nap should last
- The importance of sleep during stress and illness
- REM vs non-REM sleep
- Brain spindles and the importance of sleep for your memory and intelligence
- How long you should be sleeping each night
- The issue of light and sleep
- Why your body needs to be cool
- Something about a Kardashian…
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Episode #36: Better Sleep, Better Health w/ Shawn Stevenson
- Episode #127: 5 Ways To Get Better Sleep Tonight
- Episode #110: The Dangers Of Blue Light
- Episode #125: How You Can Better Manage Stress
- My Book: Taking Back Your Health
I’ve Got More Stories But They’ll Have To Wait For Another Night, Now Off To Bed!
I hope you enjoyed this episode on understanding your sleep cycles and you’ve learned some things to start getting better sleep tonight. If you liked this episode make sure you don’t miss out on others by subscribing on iTunes.
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